BoxVR Enters The Ring With First DLC “Essentials Pack”

FitXR is thrilled to announce its Essentials Pack – the first DLC release for BoxVR from the leading digital fitness company. Available to purchase from March 26th 2020, the DLC includes brand new workouts and 60 minutes of music to work out to.

The Essentials Pack will be available on the Oculus Quest at an RRP of £7.99 and $9.99.

Based on popular player requests, The Essentials Pack DLC will contain an eclectic selection of music designed to satisfy any music taste. From happy house to hard rock, there is a track in there to suit everyone, which combined with the varying workouts, provide the ultimate immersive experience for users.

BoxVR is the boxing-inspired virtual reality app putting fun back at the forefront of fitness. Designed to allow players of a variety of fitness levels to access exercise from anywhere, BoxVR provides users the ultimate opportunity to exercise from home. The workouts have been choreographed by professional fitness instructors to deliver a true workout from the convenience of your home.

Users can tackle an array of choreographed routines of varying lengths and intensity in single-player and with up to five other people in real-time challenges. Players can also create custom workouts, to further push their own limits and adding endless content to the game.

BoxVR turns your VR equipment into a calorie-burning personal trainer, challenging players to jab, weave, dodge, squat and uppercut during high-intensity workout routines that are effective and fun, and can be done from your living room.

Sameer Baroova, Co-founder of FitXR said: “BoxVR continues to introduce people to a brand new way to work out which is immersive, accessible and most importantly fun. We’re really excited to bring the Essentials Pack to our dedicated and vast community of players, giving them new ways to enjoy BoxVR.”

Jim Smale

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